|Metroid: Other M - Maple Leaf|
That’s right! Metroid: Other M was released for the Nintendo Wii in North America on August 31st, 2010. It was the first Japan-made Metroid game since Zero Mission, and was developed by a group calling themselves “Project M”, consisting of members from Nintendo, Team Ninja (Dead or Alive, Ninja Gaiden), and D-Rockets (cutscenes). It was developed, published, and written by a long-haired Japanese hippy named Yoshio Sakamoto, a man who also directed every Metroid game excluding the original ...
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|Big Mutha Truckers - Maple Leaf|
Big Mutha Truckers was a game produced by a company you probably haven't heard of called Eutechnyx. It was published by Empire Interactive, a company founded in 1987 and based in the UK, along with THQ, an American company founded in 1989 and still going strong with several titles and franchises, most popularly Saints Row. It was released to little critical acclaim, garnering a 6.3 overall score on a good day, but its biggest fault was just the repetition of the gameplay rather than it being ugl...
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|Goldeneye Wii - Maple Leaf|
GoldenEye was a James Bond movie starring Pierce Brosnan as Bond himself, released in 1995. It was the seventeenth Bond film and, unlike every other Bond film to date, it took no elements from any Ian Fleming story and was completely apart from his works. Most people of the younger, late 80s generation will probably relate to this film as their first James Bond movie. It was followed up with its own videogame released exclusively for the Nintendo 64 in 1997...
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